Yes, and all companies should require mandatory diversity training
No, diversity training should be encouraged but not required
Yes, and immediately expel any employees that commit acts of discrimination
No, only for employees that commit acts of discrimination
Yes, but only if it is a private company
No, and mandatory diversity training should be banned

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No, trying to force people who have carried genuine beliefs for decades won’t be sorted with a hour training session. Maybe a diversity celebration day instead of training.


Yes, but only if the training is inclusive to ALL people. This would also include people with disabilities and racism against white people should be treated the same as racism against black or Asian people. ALL racism, ableism, sexism, etc. is wrong. Furthermore, the training should be understanding and educational, not finger-pointing and hostile, looking to make someone into the 'bad guy'.


As equally as people's own views and rights should be respected, I believe it's also important to consider the faiths of others when it comes to these topics (e.g Muslims who don't approve of homosexuality)

 @9JZX9P3from Georgia answered…2mos2MO

Yes. Each company has a right to require training that it believes will benefit the advancement of its goals, at its own expense. However, every person has an obligation to decide if a potential employer is in line with his or her goals and personal beliefs.


It should be a choice for private businesses and public run businesses should have a blanket yes or no


As long as diversity includes disability. Too often it does not, and the resulting training creates more problems than it solves.

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